On the airport bus – going home from dinner with siblings. The youngest is 52 I’m 63 the eldest. Our mother died in June 2015.
We are starting to find ourselves.
It’s been a bittersweet trip.
I’m looking forward to Connect Charity Shops Christmas Party.
Local, lively and fun filled. Can’t wait.
A woman in her 60s maybe 70s came in today and asked the price of a wig. I said £3 and asked if she was going to a fancy dress? She said no her son liked to dress up. It was obvious she was talking about a mature adult. I wonder if her open answer was encouraged by the programs celebrating the 50 anniversary of much of the laws oppressing the gay and trans community?
I showed her an nicer wig with lovely blonde ringlets – and she bought that one too.
I felt she was liberated and that liberation made me feel freer too.
Here’s a list of positive autistic traits I came across the other day from another autistic blog: Sometimes it’s hard to feel positive about being autistic when so much of the presentation of autism focuses on our deficits. In a world that tells us all the ways we are “wrong”, I think it’s important to […]